HOA’s Decision to Remove Pine Trees Makes TV News

Because of severe drought conditions in Nevada, a homeowners association cut down pine trees which, “as they age…demand more and more water,” — 12 times as much per tree “as when they were originally planted,” according to the HOA manager in a story broadcast on a Nevada NBC-TV station  Read the article……….


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